Türk Dünyası Mühendisler ve Mimarlar Birliği yönetim kurulu üyeleri ile Anikya İznik çini ortağı Sevinç Öztürk , yeni seçilen Sakarya belediye başkanı Ekrem Yüce’yi makamında ziyaret ederek , başarılar dilediler. Kendisine, Anikya İznik Çini tarafından üretilen El Fettah isimli hat yazılı çerçeveli İznik çinisi hediye ettiler.
Türk Dünyası Mühendisler ve Mimarlar birliği yönetim kurulu üyeleri ile Anikya İznik çini ortağı Sevinç Öztürk , Sakarya Üniversitesi rektörlüğüne ziyarette bulundular. Rektör Yardımcısı Prof.Dr.Hatem Akbulut tarafından ağırlandılar. Kendisine, Anikya İznik Çini tarafından TDMMB için özel olarak tasarlanıp ,üretilen Selçuklu ve Türk dünyasını yansıtan çerçeveli İznik çinisi hediye ettiler.
The tiles of Rixos Saadiyat Island hotel, built by Arketipo Architects,on an area of 77,500 m² in Saadiyat Island Abu Dhabi, has been produced by Anikya Iznık Tile. It is the place the where tiles and ceramics decorate rooms, baths, spas, pools, restaurants, lobbies and floors.
Anikya Iznik tiles were used In Cologne Central Mosque built by DITIB in Cologne, Germany.
The mosque has a modern architecture style and decorated by handmade plain-colored glazed tile and geometric Iznik tiles of Anikya.
The entrepreneurship story of Nejla Anıl, founder partner of Anikya Iznik Tile, took part in the book entitled "Successful women entrepreneurs book". The project handled by Department of Entrepreneurship in Istanbul Kultur University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences
Anikya Iznik Çini web site was awarded 2nd in the Event & Cultur Art Category at the 15. Altin Orumcek Web Award competition. With the online shopping module and responsive feature the web site has designed specifically for PCs, laptops, tablets and mobile phones by Mavinesil Interactive.
Melike Hatun Mosque built in Ulus Itfaiye Square in Ankara and opened by the Turkish President on October 27, 2017 was decorated with Anikya İznik Tiles. The mosque is the work of the architect Muharrem Hilmi Şenalp and has a classical Ottoman-Turkish architectural style. The mosque has decorated with the most beautiful examples of traditional Turkish arts such as kündekari, calligraphy, ornaments, sedefkari besides Iznik tiles.
As a result of long R & D work, Anikya İznik Tile combine tile glaze and porcelain substructure together and presented the shiny collection of ANIKYA PORCELAIN CHINESE. The PORCELAIN TILE, which can be used comfortably on the exterior and on the ground with a maximum of five water absorption ratios and has brought a new title to the ceramic sector. PORSELEN TILE resistant to all kinds of weather conditions. The wide range such as tiles, mosaics, reliefs and rich colors and textures are very appreciated by architects.
Anikya Iznik Tile is in exterior of White City Buildings, which is under construction in Azerbaijan.The architectural project was made by Norman Foster, the world's most important architects. Anikya İznik Tile is so proud of being a part of such great project to represent İznik tile art to Azarbaijan.
The art panels of Uskudar and Baglarbası stations built by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality were designed and manufactured by Anikya Iznik Cini.
Eyüp Sultan Tomb which was built by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1459 as the tomb of Hz. Eyyüb El-Ensari is taken to an extensive restoration by İstanbul Metropolitan Municipality 250 years later the restoration carried out in the period of Murad IV. One fourth of 7678 tiles of the Tomb restorated by Hassa Mimarlık and 3100 tiles which have faded away in time are being reproduced by Anikya İznik Çini according to the original. Anikya İznik Çini, as a result of its long R&D studies in line with the importance it attaches to protection of historical artifacts, have conducted R&D studies separately for 20 types of tiles of 15-17. centuries in Eyüp Sultan Tomb after Bursa Yeşil Türbe and Yenikapı Mevlevihanesi. Anikya İznik Çini is still maintain its studies within this scope for other historical structures under restoration.
"Face Map of Turkey" has been designed by Nejla Anıl in order to place emphasis on the conservation of out historical artifacts dating back 12,000 years in Anatolia since the Neolithic period.
On a 600 x 250 cm map, so you can fit on the extent of 100 historical monuments in the territory of Turkey. Designed by selecting works, the map was transferred to the Iznik tiles by precious 20 tiles artist.
Anikya Iznik’s tiles, produced for the new building of the Emlak Konut General Directorate in Istanbul Ataşehir, amaze the viewers of the map.
The tiles of Yıldırım Beyazıt Mosque at the Esenboğa Airport, which was opened by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, were designed by Anikya İznik Tile and produced completely by traditional methods. The mosque, where Seljuk geometry and rumi motifs come to life in Iznik pottery, reflects a synthesis of the Seljuk and Ottoman periods. The mosque has a capacity of 3000 people, built by TAV Airports Holding with a capacity of 3000 people.
Akif Özkaldı, President of the Union of Turkish World Architects and Engineers (TDMMB) and members of the board of directors of the union visited Anikya İznik Çini. During the visit, the partners of Anikya Iznik Tile Sevinc Ozturk and Nejla Anil informed the guests about Iznik Tiles.
TDMMB, which does not have an ideological and political identity, discuss the architectural and urbanism issues of the Turkish common culture in the communities of various countries of the world, to protect the historical artifacts belonging to the Turkish world, in order to dominate the language, the idea and the unity in the world.
Anikya İznik Tile introduced traditional Turkish tile art to local and foreign conference participants which was held at Shangri La-Bosphorus Hotel in Istanbul, and was the main sponsor of GARANTI BANK.
Anikya Iznik Tile took place in the conference by Garanti Bank with the topic of building strong, attractive and sustainable employer brands as an example of the support given to women entrepreneurs who contribute their ideas to the economy of Turkey.
"Restoration stages: İznik Tile Applications Green Tomb (1421) ve Eyüp Sultan Tomb (1459)"
In order to renovate Anatolia's most colorful cultural heritages, one has to adhere to the production traditions of the period. This requires expertise, as staying true to the original is essential to come up with a an authentic final product. Infrastructure techniques, drawing methods, color research, production stages, assembly technqiues and raw materials need to be scrutinized to renovate the tiles that are integrated with architectural structures. Two important architectural bodies shed light to the subject of renovation. Belonging to theearly Ottoman period, the Green Tomb in Bursa was completely covered in tiles in 1421. Secondly, belonging to the Ottoman period, Eyup Sultan Tomb in Istanbul is the first artifact the Turkish have ever built in Istanbul in 1459.
ANIKYA IZNIK TILE IN JAPAN
NEW CONCEPT IN HOSPITAL DECORATION: “IZNIK TILE”
Anikya Iznik Tile adorns the Kurosawa Hospital in Takasaki, which is within the constitution of the leading hospital chain Bishinkai Medical Corporation.
The founder of the Kurosawa Hospital I Sao Kurosawa and his wife Yumiko Kurosawa chose Iznik tiles as the prevailing concept of their new hospital. The hospital, which is connected to the Bishin group, includes eight health complexness with an emphasis on elderly care. The Kurosawa couple's choice of Iznik tiles lies mainly on their visit to Turkey, in which they were mesmerised by the traditional art.
Once the interior designers of the Kurosawa Hospital adopted Iznik Tiles, the classical tile recieved a contemporary apporach, and moved to every department of the hospital. From main entrance to the lobby, from welcoming counters to direction boards, from the cafe to the resting niches, Anikya Iznik Tiles were used as a part of the overall decoration. Colors were specifically chosen for every single floor, which turned the hosptial environement into an artistic atmosphere.
The designs consisted of date palms, olive trees, galleons, naturalistic flowers, which were adopted by the panels in the Louvre Museum. Adhering to the 16th century production methods, the final product creates a serene atmosphere for the Japanese patients. Since the tiles are 80 % Quartz, they have the function of withdrawing negative electricity, which allows the Kurosawa patients to heal in an environemnt filled with positive energy. The hospital is built by the firm Taisei, that worked in the construction of the Marmaray Metro station in Istanbul. The hospital is desgined as a luxury hotel. There are operating rooms, dialysis centers, rehabilitation centers and diognosis centers; the hospital includes 350 beds.
While it is not common to use Iznik tiles in hospital decoration, the fact that this frist step was taken in Japan instead of Turkey is quite intriguing. This is Anikya's second hosptial project after the panel of the VIP Check up Counter in Acıbadem Maslak Hospital. At the opening of the hosptial, an Iznil tiled panel was given to the owner of the hospital I Sao Kurosawa to represent the artistic and cultural connection between Japan and Turkey. Almost a thousand Japanese guests attended the ceremony, and our gift to I Sao Kurosawa was admired by them as well.
The project was built as a contemporary interpretation of Seljuk and Ottoman architecture of the Marmara University Faculty of Theology Faculty in Altunizade, Istanbul. The mosque was designed based on the rotational motion of the whole of the universe, and a 1000-year-old swallow-ceiling technique was applied in Central Asia.
The mosque, which is located in the worship area on the lower floor of the mosque with a capacity of 3600 people, was designed by the Turkish triangle of Hassa Architects. The turquoise colored hexagon tiles has been applied with led lights in order to adorn the panel.
The subway entrance of the biggest shopping mall in the Anatolian side of Istanbul - Akasya AVM - is adorned by Anikya Iznik Tiles. The venue and patterns were designed by Anikya Iznik Tile Design Group Head Nejla Anıl, and the tiles were hand-made by Anikya Iznik Tile artisans. In the designs, the 16th century Golden Horn pattern was used. The patterns was met with the logo of AKASYA AVM which represnted the partnership of Sinpaş GYO and Akkök Group.
The tiles of the Turkish-American Culture and Civilization Center Project that takes place in the U.S. state of Maryland will be produced by Anikya Iznik Tiles.The project, which is done by Hassa Architecture, includes a Turkish coffeehouse, a culture center, a performance center, a library, a laboratory, a gift shop, a mosque, a Turkish Bath, a guest house, a Turkish garden and sports centers. The center, which will be opened by the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, carries essences of classical Ottoman architecture, thus allowing the cultural between two countries to strenghten.
The mosque of Hz. Ali opened by Erdoğan Bayraktar, the Minister of Environment and Town Planning on August 3, 2012 was opened to worship in Kısıklı – Burhaniye district where the house of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan is located. The most remarkable tiles of the minaret, tympanums, mihrab and band printings of the mosque where Prime Minister performed the noon salaat the next day right after the opening were produced by Anikya İznik Çini. As for the design of tiles, they were made by Nejla Anıl who contemporarily interpreted İznik tiles being faithful to traditional patterns. Due to the fact that the decorator of the mosque, Mehmet Kılıç chose an unsophisticated method, the source of tile patterns became Yavuz Selim Mosque which is located in Fatih-Haliç district. The mosque is one of the earliest examples of classical Ottoman architecture. The architect of Sultan Selim Mosque built by Kanunî Sultan Süleyman was Acem Ali. An unsophisticated architecture draws attention in the works of Acem Ali who was the chief architect of the palace before Mimar Sinan in the periods of Beyazıd II, Selim I and Kanuni.
A different method in which watermark and stained patterns were generated through referring to the patterns and colours of tiles the originals of which are made with coloured glaze method is presented with under glaze technique in tile designs made for the Mosque of Hz. Ali.
Anikya İznik Çini carries the masterpiece Koleksiyon Piri Reis Collection in İznik Tile, which was designed as a cultural gift, to the world's agenda in 1513, and was accepted as the first World Map of Piri Reis.
The collection of 82 pieces of Anikya's Piri Reis aims to bring together the 1000-year-old Turkish Tile Art and the 500-year-old Piri Reis map to carry the history of the original to the future generations on Iznik tiles.
With the Piri Reis Collection in the Iznik Tile, Anikya re-raises the topic of how advanced the Turks are in cartography and shipping.
Opened on July 5, 2010, the Khan Tent's hammam and SPA was decorated with cold spring embellishments; Iznik tiles were decorated with a patterned tile in the bath section of the complex. One of the most important engineering wonders of the world, Tent is represented by Anikya İznik Çini in the art of Turkish Tile.
In the competition “Woman Entrepreneur of Turkey” held in Four Seasons Bosphorus Hotel on 5th of May with cooperation of Garanti Bankasi and the magazine Ekonomist and contribution of the Turkey Association of Woman Entrepreneurs, Nejla Anıl, the founding partner of Anikya has been elected to be ‘Turkey's woman social entrepreneur'. 3640 woman entrepreneurs from all around Turkey participated in the competition. The competition has been held for 4 years with the aim of revealing the commercial and social ‘entrepreneur spirit' of women in Turkey and increasing the number of woman entrepreneurs in Turkey to a level similar to that of developed countries. Since 2008, in addition to “Woman Entrepreneur of Turkey”, the woman social entrepreneurs working with a spirit of “social responsibility” have also been rewarded for their social entrepreneurs providing solutions in areas like society, culture, education, unemployment, etc. in the competition.
She contributed a 3rd dimension to İznik Tile and developed 2 thousand types of products.
Nejla Anıl founded Anikya İznik Tile in 2000 for giving life to the art of Tilee and enlarged it with Sevinç Öztürk, who became a partner in 2004. She has made Anikya one of the leading companies of Anikya Tile together with mainly the valuable Tilee artisans producing Tile in the workshops and Anikya's designers with academic education and experienced sales team. Nejla Anıl, Mulkiye Business Administration Graduate, after performing advertising for long years, opened new areas of use for the İznik Tile combining the İznik Tile historically used as Wall Tile and evani (dishes and bowls) with natural materials such as wooden, silver, copper, leather, etc. Nejla Anıl, having the belief that traditional arts may survive upon usage and consummation followed by a reproduction, is leading growth of the Tile industry developing 2 thousand products, varying from cufflinks and ornaments to coffee tables with Tiles, for letting the İznik Tilee into our daily lives. As well as corporate Tile gift design and production, Nejla Anıl and Anikya apply the İznik Tile in big domestic and foreign indoor and outdoor architecture projects and renew the Tile of the historical assets under restoration, after R&D studies.
Anikya İznik Tile decorates the Turkish pavilion in the EXPO Shangai 2010 Fair.
2010 Expo Fair May 1st – October 31st commences in Shanghai with the theme “A better city, a better life”. In the 68th Expo Shanghai 2010 Fair with participation of about 194 countries, Turkey participates with a building of 2 thousand meter squares with a sub-theme of “Anatolia, Cradle of Civilizations”. As well as Prime Ministry Promotion Fund, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Investment Support and Promotion Agency, public, local administrations and private industry provide a great support.
‘Cintemani collection' consisting of 700 pieces from 55 types
Anikya İznik Tile continues to promote the Turkish Tile to the world in the Shanghai fair.
Anikya İznik Tile, producing the Tile which lost 400 years ago, with complete handwork using traditional methods prepared the special ‘Cintemani collection' consisting of 700 pieces from 55 types for the EXPO 2010 fair. In the gift shop of 120 m2 located at exit of the Turkish pavilion, the Cintemani collection with its wide variety such as plates, saltshakers, cufflinks, necklaces, vases, etc. are exhibited.
In addition to Tile Gift objects, Anikya İznik Tile also produced İznik Tile panels, each 12 square meters making a total of 48 square meters. On these panels, Cintemani, S tulips, Spring branches and S tulip with Rustempasa borders have been used.